There’s A Lot To Do In Mumbai This Weekend, Here’s Your Ultimate Guide

From the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival to O Pedro’s annual Goa carnival, this weekend will witness the comeback of the most awaited events in the city.

Published On Feb 03, 2023 | Updated On Feb 26, 2024

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While the Mumbai Urban Art Festival is still on, there’s so much more that the first weekend of February has in store for you all. From the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival to O Pedro’s annual Goa carnival, the upcoming weekend is all set to witness the comeback of some of the most awaited events in the city. Check them out and plan your weekend accordingly.

After a hiatus of two years, Mumbai’s most-awaited Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is back with a bang! The multicultural street festival’s this year’s theme ‘Past <> Forward’ will host programmes across 14 verticals – dance, music, visual arts, theatre, literature, food, children’s literature and workshops, cinema, heritage walks, stand up comedy, street art, urban architecture, visual arts and workshops. With more than 10 iconic venues, this year will also witness new venues such as the YB Chavan Centre, IF.Be – the cultural space, and the Cooperage Bandstand Garden which will host a Farmer’s Market as well.

Date: February 4-12, 2023

Venue: Kala Ghoda 

Leave all your stress behind and indulge in a one-of-a-kind experiential wellness festival organised by In:ha Wellness. Titled as the ‘Celestial Journey’ it’s a mindfully curated programme with tools, techniques and practices that aims to inspire individuals to embark on their holistic journey of wellness. Some of the workshops that you may attend are Somatic Intelligence by Zia Nath, Gut Health Nutrition by Prateek Kumar (Founder of FitCru), Mastering Breathwork and Yoga by Avni Talsania and Manifestation Mood Board workshop using Meditative Colour Therapy by In:haWellness.

Date: February 5, 2023

Time: 11am to 8pm

Venue: Kathiwada City House, Worli

The Ajio Luxe Wkend is back after three years with a more progressive, sustainable, and inclusive approach to luxury with focus on art, watches, fashion, automobiles, streetwear, beauty, and jewellery. Expect brands like Rosa Amoris, Jaipur Rugs, Bvlgari, Mercedes, Panerai, Hublot, Franck Muller, Chopard, Jo Malone, Estée Lauder, Aveda, Jeep, Mini Cooper, BMW, Porsche, Ikai Asai, MJ Label, The Terra Tribe, Rosa Amoris, and Vandals to take you through the scope of pre-loved luxury in India.

Date: February 4-5, 2023

Time: 11am to 10pm

Venue: Jio World Garden, BKC 

Feast and indulge this weekend at the Goan-Portuguese restaurant brings a three-week long celebration inspired by Goa’s much-loved annual Goa Carnival or “Viva Carnival”. The special menu features reimagined carnival delicacies including the flatbread caldo verde, Bosco's pan roll, Aunty Rita's beef pies, churrasco chicken, banana leaf roasted prawns, roasted octopus, bolo san rival and a lot more for the ultimate weekend gastronomy.

Date: February 1-19, 2023

Time: 12pm to 1am (Monday to Friday) and 11 am to 1 am (Saturday and Sunday)

Venue: O Pedro, Unit #2, Ground Floor, Jet Airways-Godrej BKC Building, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra-East 

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A pizza party is never a bad idea! Expect a Detroit-style pizza menu that’s surely going to blow your mind. Packed with savoury, robust and meaty flavours, some of the must haves are Mexicana - smoked two bean patties, cheddar, roasted veg salsa, charred corn, pickled onion, crumbled feta and crushed cheese balls, and Pesto Presto - chicken patty, mozzarella, basil pesto, pickled red chilli, olives, balsamic glaze and cheese.

Date: 5th February 2023

Time: 12pm to 12am

Venue: Bonobo Bandra, 2nd floor, Kenilworth Plaza, Off Linking Rd, Phase II, Bandra West


Photo: Instagram/O Pedro; Rocketman's Pizza

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